A contested accounting occurs when an executor of an estate or trustee of a trust is not forthcoming with information about the estate they represent. If you are a beneficiary or other interested party, you have the right to force the executor/trustee to provide you with an accounting of all the financial details of the estate. An accounting, if Ordered by the Court to be provided, must comply with the rules and requirements set forth under New York State Law.
Attorney Gerard Parisi’s experience as both an attorney, a Certified Public Accountant, and an auditor provides clients with outstanding representation in these types of matters, especially where an executor may be attempting to hide certain financial information from the beneficiaries.
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